The new line-up is as follows: Arnold and Holley were broken up in early with Holley moving to co-hosting afternoons and Arnold taking on full weekend and primary fill-in role from February until March Since the debut of WBZ
At least one, usually two, and very rarely all three anchored the program on a given night. Except for the few nights when one of the men solo anchored, each evening's program included one anchor based in New York City and one in Washington, D.
Chancellor moved between those two cities depending on his partner for the evening. In addition to Brinkley as a holdover from the Huntley-Brinkley Report, McGee had earned praise for his anchoring or co-anchoring of space flights, and Chancellor had also earned praise as McGee's co-anchor for the space missions of Apollo 12 and Apollo Brinkley provided commentary several times per week in the s.
Chancellor became the sole anchor of the program on August 9,with Brinkley providing a three-minute commentary segment, "David Brinkley's Journal," from Washington several times a week. On June 7,NBC brought Brinkley back to the anchor desk and tried the dual-anchor approach once again.
Despite the various changes, Chancellor was never able to break the grip that Walter Cronkite and the CBS Evening News had on the American news viewer, although Nightly News was sometimes a strong second place in the evening news ratings for most of the s. After stepping down from the anchor desk on April 2,Chancellor remained on the program as an editorial commentator until his retirement in Tom Brokaw — [ edit ] On April 5,Tom Brokawwho had been serving as anchor of Today sincejoined the program and took over co-anchor duties in New York City, while Roger Mudd became anchor in Washington.
He was the only network anchor in Berlin when the Berlin Wall fell. Brokaw's presence slowly attracted viewers, and during the s, Nightly News battled for the viewership lead with World News Tonight. The once-dominant CBS Evening News, anchored by Dan Ratherhad lost a substantial portion of the audience it held during the Walter Cronkite era and slid to third place where it still remains as of  in the viewership wars.
Brokaw with Vladimir Putin before an interview on June 2, Following the collapse of the second tower, Brokaw said: This is a declaration and an execution of an attack on the United States.
During this last time helming the network's Presidential election coverage, NBC graphic designers created images of a giant electoral map on the ice rink at Rockefeller Plaza, and cherry pickers tallied the electoral vote count on the facade of 30 Rockefeller Plaza this tradition has continued with each election since then.
Brokaw's final broadcast took place on December 1,ending 22 years on the Nightly News desk and a year run as the network's chief newsman — a record tenure in NBC's history. The program held onto the 1 ratings spot among the network evening newscasts from Williams' first day, averaging about 10 million viewers each week until Februarywhen it slipped behind its closest competitor World News with Charles Gibson.
However, NBC Nightly News regained the lead a few months later; it has now been America's most-watched evening newscast for over a decade. Williams rose to new levels of popularity for his live spot reporting during and after the hurricane season.
With the transition to Williams, the show recognized its past in its opening seconds, with small photos of past anchors and sets and the voices of John Cameron SwayzeHuntley, Brinkley, Chancellor, and Brokaw, as well as an orchestral version of the "G-E-C" NBC Chimes serving as an intro bumper, before going into the opening headlines summary read by Williams; this montage was discontinued on September 17, On December 4,Nightly News was presented with "limited commercial interruptions" through a sponsorship arrangement with Philipsmarking the first time in its year history that the newscast experimented with reduced advertising.
Most news video from on-remote locations continued to be shot in standard definition at the time, while the network's news bureaus underwent a conversion to HD, which was completed in The broadcast temporarily relocated to Studio 8G on the same set as of May 8, used for the studio segments seen during the network's Sunday Night Football broadcasts and its pregame showand where NBC's Congressional election coverage originated.Week of Sunday, August 9, print Next» Week of Sunday, August 9, Channels , | XFINITY 9 and HD Channels , , | XFINITY 9 and HD Printed on: 11/16/ at am PT The TV Schedule is subject to programmatic changes.
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